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Oral Habits That Could Result In Damage To Your Teeth and Smile

03 May
Damaging Habits - Brian Zuerlein DDS

While your teeth are the strongest material in your body, over your lifetime they are subject to habits and wearing, which could cause problems like receding gums, enamel loss, cavities, and gum disease. Why rush this process through habits that can be harmful or damaging? Here is a list of common habits that could cause […]

The Importance Of Keeping Your Gums Healthy

05 Apr
Gum Disease and Cancer Risk - Dr. Zuerlein - Omaha Cosmetic Dentist

Gum Disease In Relation To Heart Attack, Diabetes and Cancer Risk The importance of keeping your gums healthy cannot be overemphasized. Recent studies indicated the association between heart disease and gum disease is at least as strong as the link between heart disease and cholesterol, body weight or smoking. The studies have also suggested that […]

New Year, New Smile: Achieve Optimal Oral and Overall Health

11 Jan
New Year Resolutions and Dental Health - Dr. Zuerlein Omaha Cosmetic Dentist

Your Dental Team: Partners In Oral Health Whether you have excellent oral health routines at home or not, regular trips to our office help ensure you maintain or achieve optimal oral and overall health. The New Year is the perfect time to kick-start oral practices that will lead you to a confident smile and improved health. […]

Smile Makeover :: Front Teeth Corrected With Ceramic Crowns

05 Oct
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Our patient has mis-aligned and chipped front teeth, causing her to be self-conscious of her smile. Dr. Zuerlein was able to correct her smile with all-ceramic crowns. This smile makeover has help our patient regain her confidence and laugh with ease again!   Here is what our patient had to say about her experience with Omaha […]

The Effects Of Bruxism or Teeth Grinding

21 Sep
Bruxism, Teeth Grinding - Omaha Cosmetic Dentist - Dr. Brian Zuerlein

What Is Bruxism? Bruxism or teeth grinding, is the habitual grinding and clenching of teeth that typically occurs at night. There are varying levels of teeth grinding. Severe bruxism can lead to jaw disorders, headaches, damaged teeth and other problems. Milder cases might not require treatment. It is important to be able to identify the […]

To Floss or Not To Floss: The Goal Is To Remove Plaque

10 Aug
Importance Of Flossing - Omaha Cosmetic Dentist - Dr. Zuerlein

Why floss might not be enough in the removal of plaque, but cleaning between teeth is still critical. We want to address the recent articles, news reports, and social media blog posts regarding the need to floss and the lack of scientific evidence to support it’s benefits. This is what we do know: Brushing alone […]

Is Snoring Keeping You Up At Night?

27 Jul
Correct Snoring and Sleep Apnea - Brian Zuerlein DDS - Omaha Cosmetic Dentist

Do you or someone you love snore? Does snoring keep you up a night? Dr. Zuerlein is a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, specializing in snore appliance therapy and sleep apnea. Here are some facts about snoring: Researchers have found increased risk of stroke and heart attack. Whole families including young children can […]

ClearCorrect and Inman Aligners: Teeth Straightening Without Metal Braces

13 Jul
Teeth Straightening - Brian Zuerlein DDS - Omaha Cosmetic Dentist

Often times, we find patients are unhappy with the alignment of their teeth, but live with it since they don’t want to have braces. Dr. Zuerlein uses two techniques to straighten teeth without the need for metal braces, ClearCorrect and Inman Aligners. ClearCorrect ClearCorrect aligners straighten your teeth without metal braces. Benefits of ClearCorrect Invisible […]

Don’t Be So Sensitive! Treating Tooth Sensitivity.

29 Jun
Treating Tooth Sensitivity To Hot and Cold - Brian Zuerlein DDS - Omaha Cosmetic Dentist

Do you suffer from tooth sensitivity cased by temperature extremes? Is it painful to sip on hot coffee or eat a bowl of ice cream? If drinking or eating hot or cold food makes you wince, then you probably have “sensitive teeth.” Sensitivity to temperature can have many causes including: Cavities Tooth grinding W0rn enamel Exposed […]